Ryan Adams Live at Carling Academy on 2006-02-15
Don't Get Sentimental On Me
Chat: Mom's learned to text !
Chat: the gig-plan
Chat (change from piano to acoustic guitar)
Please Do Not Let Me Go
Chat: smelly socks
Chat: sitting on a capo
Wish You Were Here +
re-start on electric
Who We Were
A Kiss Before I Go
Why Do They Leave?
Chat: Mom's text again
La Cienega Just Smiled
Chat: gross stuff/Rosebud false start
Chat: Ryan announces the break.
Ryan introduces Brad Pemberton
To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High) *
What Sin Replaces Love *
Chat: forming a band/Rock'n'Roll lyrics
Beautiful Sorta * (break 2/3 thru)
Chat: Ossy Osborne, Ryan takes his time deciding the next song
Rescue Blues **
Chat: making records in 3 weeks/Scotland
Winding Wheel ***
Dear Chicago ***
Sylvia Plath (piano)
Chat: fish in Spain
Shakedown On 9th Street
Wharf Rat *
New York, New York (punk thrash version) *
2 - Don't Get Sentimental On Me
26 - To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)
28 - What Sin Replaces Love
38 - Sylvia Plath (piano)
41 - Shakedown On 9th Street
43 - New York, New York (punk thrash version)
Collection RyanAdamsBand/Artist Ryan AdamsVenue Carling AcademyLocation Glasgow, UKSource S/D -> HiMDLineage CDs ->EAC ->wav(tracks)->Wavelab Lite[paste & volume boost]<->Nero Wave Editor (compressionX2)->CD Wave(trackmarking)->Flac Frontend (level 8, verified & alligned on sector boundaries)Taped by Thomas BauerTransferred by Thomas Bauer, Evangeline
+Ryan on electric
*Ryan on electric; Brad Pemberton on drum with brushes
**Ryan on piano & electric / Brad on drum with brushes
***Ryan on acoustic / Brad on drum with brushes
1 Brad's drum sound is too loud at the start of the second set:
this is soon corrected from the desk.
2 There's a strange echo which is most noticeable on the vocals in the second set.
DJ Horsey Poo-Plop
June 14, 2011
Here is my original review
this is, without doubt, one of the top 20 essential ryan gigs on this site. why the hell no one else has reviewed it before i do not know. i have just registered myself in order to write this review. having listened to well over 100 or so of the ryan gigs on here i feel this one to be particularily special. he seems to be in fine spirits and delivers quite a unique set. i cant find another acoustic version of plateau, and this must be one of the first renditions of dont get sentimental (a tune which should have been on easy tiger, along with judy-fucking-garland). anyway, download it for fuck's sake - it's free. if not just for the drunken version of wish you were here
dj. horsey poo-plop
June 26, 2007
take this little puppy
just realised i reviewed the wrong version of this. anyway - it's skins
August 31, 2006
great show, great show
This is a great recording, with Ryan on good form. Nice selection of songs from across the range of his career. Looking forward to seeing him and the Cardinals at Cambridge UK in September
March 24, 2006
Sound quality is first rate , great show ! Thanks for posting. Philip
March 20, 2006
Just listened to 'whey you're young' and it was a much slower / lazyer version then what I was looking for (the upbeat version that was used in the movie 'old school'). The sound quality was good. very crisp. probably what "S/D" means is "Soundboard". In europe the soundboard is also known as the "Sound Desk" which might be "S/D".
March 20, 2006
Ryan in Glasgow
This was a great show. I just happened to be visiting Glasgow at the time and was so pleased to catch him in such a nice venue.
Ryan was pretty damn happy and chatty throughout (as you will see) and was having a great time. The setlist (well, I gather he does not use a setlist per se!) was a nice mix of older and new tunes.
The songs with Ryan on electric and Brad on drums were in particular very nice.
The sound is amazing! You'll swear he is in your living room, sitting on a couch, playing a few tunes for a few close friends.
And the show was much like that, too.